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My Biggest “One Day” Harvest, Yet!

I hauled in the largest harvest I have ever done in a single day. But that is only the beginning of the work!

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4 thoughts on “My Biggest “One Day” Harvest, Yet!”

  1. Love, Love, Love your vlog. I think I came across it through a recipe on Pinterest, but not sure. Love those Chinese Noodle beans. I’ve wanted to try them in my own garden. My garden isn’t doing so well this year. I can’t tell if it’s the heat, bad soil or what. Bad time with insects and some real stinker squirrels that completely destroyed my newly planted flower beds.
    Do you seed save from your own garden, or do you buy seed every year? I think I’m going to start seed saving, especially with the things I really love. Just curious…how much land do you have? I live in the burbs and only have 2 raised beds. Not a lot of room for large scale gardening like I want to do.
    Cheers
    Susan

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    • Thank you Susan! It has been a ROUGH year for the garden! I know a lot of people who have been struggling. From ridiculous pest pressure to the heat or blights. Gardening isn’t for the faint of heart, but it is so worth it!

      I do save some of my seeds, but other things I will order. For instance, I generally don’t save my tomato seeds because I grow several different kinds. The next generation wouldn’t be true to the original because of the cross-pollination. If it is something I am only growing one variety of, I definitely try to save seeds.

      Overall, we have just under 10 acres. The in-ground garden fenced area is about 4,000 square feet, but that includes the walk ways and the little bantam chicken run. I am gradually adding more raised beds every year. :)

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